Electricity North West is a British Electricity Distribution Network in the North West of England. Their investment in a Tait GridLink distribution automation solution could mean shorter power cuts in rural spots.Continue Reading
Power outages can cost cities millions of dollars per minute, so the job of the Utility company is crucial. Tait has been working alongside Utilities for the last 50 years, to help linesmen stay safe and connected, and keep the lights on.
It’s been a long time in the making, but the fifth podcast has finally arrived. In today’s new podcast, Evan Forester discusses GridLink, SmartGrid and Distribution Automation with Philip Mullins, Solutions Marketing Manager.
In this podcast we discuss the following:
Why is Tait focusing on industry solutions?
Why is DMR the platform we are building our Industry solutions on?
What is GridLink and how is it related to SmartGrid?
How does Distribution Automation impact consumers?
Tait are leaders in DMR technology with our delivery and management of critical communication solutions for the Utilities Industry. The Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) Telecom & Technology 2015 event starts next week and we have our latest technology on show.
When: May 5-8th, 2015 Where: Cobb Galleria Centre, Two Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30339. Booth Number: #902
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Philip will be presenting ‘value based decision making’, a case study of EA Networks. This webinar highlights work we have completed with EA Networks to modernize their land mobile radio environment. Continue Reading
Tait GridLink is a DMR application that optimizes DNP 3 traffic for Utilities and other industries that utilize industrial control systems. It provides connectivity between a SCADA host application and a remote telemetry unit (RTU).
Installing Tait Gridlink into your current network will impact your business in many ways. To demonstrate the benefits from installing intelligence into your network we have built a series of business case calculators. There are four calculators that focus on different benefit scenarios. You can use all the four... Continue Reading
EA Networks are currently trialling six Gridlink terminals to improve their network visibility. EA Networks owns and operates the electricity distribution network and an advanced fiber-optic communications network for the mid-Canterbury region, delivering power to approximately 17,450 consumers through almost 1,864 miles (3,000km) of distribution lines. you can read the full case study here
Watch the short clip taken from TV One News report: